Man the Unknown by ALEXIS CARREL the NOBEL PRIZE WINNER FOR MEDICINE who invented the GAS CHAMBERS OF NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMPS
1912 Medical Nobel Laureate Alexis Carrel's eugenics and gas chamber recommending bestseller, "Man the Unknown", 1935 (British Penguin 1948 edition, which has the praise of Nazi eugenics from the 1936 edition preface edited out). Contains Carrel's use of scientific authority to argue against feminism, political opposition to the government, justice, democracy, cities, and humanity itself. Excellent reading for opponents of mainstream political correctness in science today. Carrel died awaiting trial for Nazi collaboration, so the book is out of copyright.
See also: The effects of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan (the secret U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey report 92, Pacific Theatre) located at: http://archive.org/details/TheEffectsOfTheAtomicBombOnHiroshima